- Development of a bussiness application on Android
- A talk on how to develop applications for the jail broken iPhone (using Open Source tools)
- A workshop on open embedded development on Openmoko and presentation of the Openmokast project
The broadcasting is already happening, the channels are already reaching your phone but we don't have phones with broadcast receivers on them.
What they have done is, they have taken a broadcast receiver attached it to an Openmoko device, written the drivers for it (they reverse engineered it from the Windows drivers) and voila! You have a broadcasting-enabled phone in which you can (not yet) watch the channels on your phone!
They are still working on the right licensing to use before they release the code and I said to him that without code there are no contributors so hurry up!
Another issue is that they are still missing the part that decodes the signal on the phone but I saw how they can already receive the audio broadcasting signal.
This is the page of their project which things are better explained than in my broken English: